TASTO SOLO 10th anniversay: on the way to Antwerp !!!
TASTO SOLO celebrates its 10th anniversary! Join us for our “anniversay concert“ on August 26th in Antwerp’s Laus Polyphoniae Festival. In 2006 the ensemble started its international career by winning the Antwerp’s IYAP Early-Music competition. During the last ten years Tasto Solo has recorded two acclaimed CDs and performed innovative and refined programs in most part of top European concert venues. A big thanks to all audiences and festivals!
In 2016 the group will present new projects, recordings and much more!
Tasto Solo - Hieronymus Bosch - Museo del Prado
This June, Tasto
Solo has performed two extraordinary concerts in the magnificent Museo del
Prado in Madrid. The concerts form part of the activity program of the 5th
Centenary of Hieronymus Bosch’s death (c.1450–1516), a pretext that served the
Museo del Prado to organize the largest and most important exhibition ever held
on the artist. Tasto Solo presented a program on early 16th-century music
(including works by Pierre de la Rue, Josquin des Prez and Alexander Agricola)
and world-premiere contemporary compositions by José María Sánchez-Verdú,
inspired on Bosch’s triptych “The Garden of Earthly Delights”. The concerts
took place in the beautiful “Claustro de los Jerónimos”, inside El Prado,
on the 25th and 26th June.
!!! We are
so pleased to announce that our new CD has been awarded with the Diapason d’or, 4/4 Etoiles de Classica, Disco Excepcional, Amadeus CD of the month
and many others !!!
Released in April 2015, LE CHANT DE LESCHIQUIER is the second volume in a triptych devoted to keyboard repertoires of the mid-fifteenth century. In this new recording Tasto Solo broaches a variety of artistic, performance and musicological issues surrounding the vocal songs by Binchois and Dufay and the instrumental versions preserved in the famous Buxheim Codex.
Listen to some audio excerpts!
B. Bruolo (fl. 1430). Entrepris suis
G. Binchois (c. 1400-1460). Dueil angoisseus
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